Allemand Zachary Jacques-ThöLodore( French vice-admiral)
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Allemand Zachary Jacques-ThöLodore (1762-1826) ALLEMAND Zacharie-Jacques-Theodore - French vice-admiral. Service began a student pilot in 1774 in Indochina. In 1779 he enrolled as a volunteer in the U.S. Navy and fought in the war for the independence of the North American colonies. In 1786, Mr.. received the rank of lieutenant and returned to France. In 1787, Mr.. was adopted by the French navy with a decrease in rank one grade. Participated in the Atlantic campaign. In 1792, Mr.. was translated into the English Channel with the rank of lieutenant. In 1793, Mr.. promoted to Captain and was under the command of the vessel Kromanola ", which captured the Bay of Biscay, the English frigate. 1793-96 he. the Mediterranean, where well-behaved showed. From 1796, Mr.. division commander off the coast of Newfoundland. In 1797, he was removed from command of a battalion "of bad character". Since March 1799 - the commander of the squadron Bryuisa, then Latush-Trevillya in the Antilles, where he remained until 1806. Then the rank of Rear Admiral transferred to the Mediterranean Sea. 1809 g. - Vice-Admiral, commander of the Toulon squadron. 1811 g. - Count of the Empire. In 1814, he was forcibly dismissed for a bad character.